Report flunks Georgia on tobacco policy, urges higher cigarette tax

An annual tobacco control report gave Georgia failing grades for its anti-smoking efforts. The American Lung Association’s national report called on Georgia to increase its tax on a pack of cigarettes. At 37 cents, the levy is among the lowest in the country. Read the full story at the Gwinnett Daily Post.

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